With reports that almost two thirds of us are battling sleep issues as a result of the pandemic*, The Cadogan in London has launched a new service, The Sleep Concierge.
To try and ensure guests enjoy a good nights’ sleep once the Belmond property reopens in the spring, the hotel has been working with Harley Street hypnotherapist and sleep expert Malminder Gill to develop the initiative.
The Sleep Concierge service includes a sleep-inducing meditative recording available in guests’ rooms via the hotel app, recorded by Gill.
Guests will also be able to pick the right pillow to help them sleep, be served a bedtime tea developed by the hotel to aid rest, and a scented pillow mist.
“Sleep is the most important thing we can learn to master, and when staying in one of The Cadogan’s suites, guests will be able to listen to my exclusive recording and drift off,” said Gill, who has more than 15 years’ experience in sleep and managing anxious thoughts to aid rest and relaxation.
For a more personalised experience, guests will also be able to book a private session in advance, whereby Gill will offer an in-room consultation for them.
She has also recorded an uplifting morning motivation recording to set guests up for the day ahead.
“After a truly challenging year for all, we are excited to welcome our guests back to The Cadogan and be able to offer them best night’s sleep they’ve ever had,” said the hotel’s general manager Xavier Lablaude.
*A report by King’s College London and Ipsos MORI among the UK public found nearly two-thirds (63%) of people said their sleep pattern had been worse since the very first lockdown in March.